IHOP Shooting & Mental Illness - Exactly one year ago a mentally ill man with an assault rifle killed four people and injured 15 others at an IHOP in Carson City, Nevada. Since the incident a number of new mass shootings have occurred around the country involving gunmen with mental illnesses. We'll hear new details from the IHOP shooting with the Reno Gazette-Journal reporter who has been investigating the incident, Martha Bellisle, and explore the relationship between mental illness and gun violence with Jennie Singer, a criminal pyschologist at CSU Sacramento.
Marcos Breton - Marcos Breton joins us to discuss how easily rumors are spread on the Internet and more. Marcos joins us at the start of each month; his columns appear each Wednesday and Sunday in the Bee's Our Region section.
The San Francisco Mime Troupe - The San Francisco Mime Troupe brings their 53rd season production "For the Greater Good, or The Last Election" to the Miner's Foundry in Nevada City on Friday, the Community Park in Davis on Saturday, and Southside Park in Sacramento on Sunday. The shows in Davis and Sacramento are Free (with suggested donation).
Sound Advice: Classical - Capital Public Radio's classical morning host Kent Teeters will share several new recordings, including Bach played on mandolin by Avi Avital and Beethoven's Symphony No. 5 by Jean Sibelius.